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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 332 words
  3. LORD STRATFORD DE REDCLIFFE'S SCHEME FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF THE TURKISH PROVINCES.

    SIR,—I hope you will not object to give a place in The Times to the memorandum enclosed herewith. It contains in a very explicit form the terms I conceive most likely to hast in the conclusion of peace in ...

    Article : 977 words
  4. SMALL-POX.

    SIR,—The question touched upon by your correspondent "S. J." in this day's Herald as to the probable propagation of small-pox by those medical men who have had professional access to the case at Miller's Point is one of a very ...

    Article : 128 words
  5. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,463 words
  6. COAL UNDER SYDNEY.

    SIR,—It must be pleasing to the consumers of coal in and around Sydney, as it is to me, to notice that an attempt is about to be made to bore for coal on the Parramatta River, which, if carried deep enough, will "solve the problem ...

    Article : 281 words
  7. NEWCASTLE.

    THE celebration of the New Year's fostivities was greatly [?] of its pleasant accompaniments by the untimely decease of Mr. James Hannell, J.P., who had been for years the president of the Newcstle Regatta, which is the ...

    Article : 1,665 words
  8. GLEN INNES JOCKEY CLUB RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,043 words
  9. THE CIVIL SERVICE BILL.

    SIR,—Your correspondent "Fiat Justifia" has hit some of the many blots in the Civil Service Bill, and I think few except charged with purely clerical duties will be prepared to accept it. Without a preliminary and thorough revision ...

    Article : 302 words
  10. WEATHER, AGRICULTURE, &c.

    NORTHERN DISTRICTS.—We learn from Armidale by the Express of December 29 that the heaviest rains that have been seen the [?] for some months occurred in the early [?] of the week, interfering with [?]: but, as we have ...

    Article : 1,575 words
  11. DOMESTIC SERVANTS.

    SIR,—The scarcity of female domestic servants is becoming a great social grievance. I noticed in last Thursday's issue of the Herald that there were no less than twentyseven advertisements for general servants, to say nothing ...

    Article : 192 words
  12. OVERCROWDING STEAMERS.

    SIR,—Seeing a paragraph in your shipping column of to-day about overcrowding the steamers on holidays, brings to mind how easily a remedy was found in London. I remember some thirty years ago the Greenwich and Gravesend ...

    Article : 205 words
  13. SERICULTURE.

    THE half yearly meeting of the Victorian Ladies' Sericultural Association on was held in Melbourne [?] last Monday week. The principal business was the re[?]ption of the report, which advised that the association should be as a ...

    Article : 1,477 words
  14. CHAUCER BEFORE THE COUET OF EDWARD III.

    SIR,—Notwithstanding the extracts furnished by Mr. Combes in praise of Mr. Ford Madox Brown's large picture, I am one of the many who hold with your art critic that the selection is not a judicious one for our National ...

    Article : 704 words
  15. AN INCOME TAX FOR FRANCE.

    M. GAMBETTA has drawn up a report on behalf of a section of the Budget Committee of which he is President, and the substance of his report is that an income-tax ought to be introduced into the general ...

    Article : 662 words
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